Spring has officially arrived. But as the current climate won’t allow us to engage in the usual outdoor activities, homeowners should use this time to prepare for the shift of season by getting busy with home maintenance and cleaning.
Spring cleaning and maintenance don’t end in getting rid of the dirt that has collected in your home after months of being shut-in. As the snow begins to melt, you might find some problems on your roof that may not have been a massive issue during freezing months but can lead to widespread damage and costly repairs if left unchecked.
With that said, here are the usual roofing issues that can happen in spring.